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Old 11-14-2001, 10:25 AM
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Follow the shock down from the top

Greetings Again,

Because the lower bolt that holds the shock on may be hidden from direct view, especially if the front of your engine has any dirt or residue on it. It lies behind the serpetine belt a bit, but can be viewed from an angle with the cooling shroud off. If in fact the shock is the same, which it is, and the belt tensioner is the same, then nothing on the engine needs to be removed unless you are pulling the entire tensioner assembly off. Take another look at the shock and follow it down to the side assembly of the tensioning unit.

Good Luck, It is a DIY'er job


Charles
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